1. What does POMS stand for in online chat?

Parents over my shoulder

When a friend you're chatting with sends you POMS, it means their parents are in the room with them. So, you shouldn't send that friend anything that isn't parent-appropriate.

If you are a parent, and you see your child use POMS in a chat message, you may want to ask what they're chatting about. Likely, it's something you'd rather they didn't ...


POMS, btw
Cool, I'll stop talking about how hot ur mom is

They're right ... behind ... me ...

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Updated June 7, 2023
2. What does POMS stand for?

Peace out my sucka

POMS is a playful way to say goodbye to a friend that comes from the "peace out" phrase. People typically use it in texts and online messages when ending a convo.

Since POMS is a casual parting phrase, you should probably avoid using it in formal situations, like when emailing your boss, unless you are BFFs. Instead, texting it to your friend when you have to go to a meeting or messaging it to your brother when you have to go to bed is more appropriate.


I've got to get going, but I'll talk to you later tonight. POMS


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Updated December 6, 2022

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